Will Smith Rents $55,000 Per Month NYC Condo


While in town filming Men in Black III, Will Smith, with his wife Jada Pinkett Smith and kids, is renting a 7,326-square-foot, fourth-floor condo in New York (pictured below) that had been listed for sale by Sotheby's International at $19.5 million for nearly two years, according to the New York Post.

The five-bedroom, 6.5 bath at 25 Bond St. in NoHo sprawls across the entire fourth floor of the eight-floor building with only nine units, including a triplex and a duplex, each with a private rooftop pool, reported the New York Times.
The unit, with two balconies and four fireplaces, according to the Observer, had been up for rent for $55,000 per month, according to Curbed NY.

With its 90-foot-long living room with 10-foot-six-inch ceilings, "There is ample wall space for even the largest pieces in your collection," the Sotheby's listing stated before it was taken down a little over a month ago.

Built in 2007, it is a full-service building with a 24-hour concierge and a large fitness room that opens to a rear courtyard that has a barbecue area and outdoor seating. There is direct elevator access to each unit, individual lobby
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storage spaces and two parking spaces per unit in a heated garage. In fact, the building is on the site of a former parking garage and measures 100 feet wide by 114 deep. The former owner of the land, Tribeach Holdings, had planned a building with 23 apartments, according to City Realty.

The winner of an AIA Housing Award in 2008 and designed by BKSK for Goldman Properties, the exterior of the building has a protruding limestone façade. The top two floors, however, which are setback on Bond Street, are not faced with limestone, nor is the rear of the building, which overlooks a garden.

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